The ANC in Gauteng has threatened to take "strong action" against violent protesters within its ranks and the broader tripartite alliance.
The public must refrain from being "armchair critics" when it comes to how the police deal with protests, says the Gauteng acting commissioner.
Police commissioner Riah Phiyega has defended the actions of under-siege police as new killings rock the troubled village of Kubjana near Relela.
The anniversary of the death of Neil Aggett is a poignant reminder that police brutality is still happening in post-apartheid South Africa.
The national police commissioner is on her way to a village outside Tzaneen where three protesters have been killed and 15 police officers injured.
Police ministry spokesperson Zweli Mnisi says the newly released Human Rights Watch report creates the wrong impression of the South African police.
The Khayelitsha commission of inquiry into policing has begun with an in loco inspection of the police station.
A Daily Sun journalist has been assaulted by police after taking photos of them allegedly accepting a bribe, says the newspaper.
Three people have died after a stand-off between police and demonstrators in Mothutlung. But residents say cops opened fire on them without warning.
Eyewitness accounts at the Mothotlung shooting of two protesters paint a picture of police acting in contravention of crowd management rules.
The North West's public safety portfolio committee has condemned the killing of two protesters in Mothotlung, near Brits, allegedly by police.
Two people have been killed and two more injured in a stand-off between protesters and police during a service delivery picket.
Several informal traders in Pretoria have complained of vicious physical attacks by members of the Tshwane metro police.
As news of Khuli Chana being shot at by police trends on social media, Twitter is not short of jokes. Let's take a look at some of the reactions.
Electric shock therapy and torture are some of the allegations uncovered by the Wits Justice Project at the Mangaung Correctional Facility.
The IPID has recorded a 218% increase in police assaults in the 2012/2013 financial year and deaths in custody have also increased.
Nine police officers implicated in the murder of Daveyton taxi driver Emidio Macia have received bail in the Benoni Magistrate's Court.
Police had tried to protect Daveyton taxi driver Emidio Macia from harm, heard the Benoni Magistrate's Court.
Lunga Goodman Nono, the blind busker who was assaulted by police might have a recording contract in the pipeline, reported the Cape Argus.